Adventure in Europe: Day 3

 Day 3 – Saturday, Sept. 4, 2010: After a few hours of catching up with Kory & Cara, we got a good night’s rest and woke up to the small of wonderful pastries from the Boulangerie (which are bakeries where the Europeans go to buy all their bread).  It was heavenly! We also could walk … [Read more…]

Adventure in Europe: Day 2

Day 2 – Friday, Sept. 3, 2010: Today we landed in Sweden and spent a short time in the Stockholm airport. It was beautiful and bright with lots of windows and gorgeous wooden floors. It was interesting to note the security in different airports. In Sweden we went through security again and customs too. We … [Read more…]

Adventure in Europe: Day 1

While in Europe, I journaled and thought it would be neat to share our adventures with you! It’s hard to sum it up when asked how the trip was, so here you will get a taste of what we experienced! Day 1 -Thursday, Sept. 2nd, 2010: Today is the day! We boarded a plane this … [Read more…]

Letting Go

A song that has spoken to my heart recently… I’m Letting Go My heart beats, standing on the edgeBut my feet have finally left the ledgeLike an acrobatThere’s no turning backI’m letting goOf the life I planned for meAnd my dreamsI’m losing controlOf my destinyIt feels like I’m falling and that’s what it’s like to … [Read more…]

Of all places…

During this season of Lent, my fast has been of facebook. And I have been successful in not getting on. But for the first 4 1/2 weeks I’ve struggled with taking the time not on facebook and putting it towards my relationship with God.  My personal devotion time has been less than stellar, yet the … [Read more…]

…the morning after death

I feel like I’ve been surrounded by death in recent weeks. It’s inevitable for us all who live on this earth, but with each one, it is just a reminder of the importance of relying on God and His comfort. I read this poem in another blog and it took my breath away… The Bustle … [Read more…]

life without facebook

It’s been a little over a week since I gave up facebook for Lent, and it’s amazing what I have learned from the experience: 1. When a social networking site has become part of your daily routine, it’s more difficult than anticipated not to automatically go to it when checking one’s email.2. Apparently I haven’t … [Read more…]

Lenten prayer

The prayer from my devotion for today:“As Jesus was blessed by the conversation with Moses and Elijah, so bless our conversation with those who have journeyed before us. Amen.” What a neat perspective.